The dataSTICKIES concept would be a blend of Post-It Notes and flash drives for cheap, disposable data storage.
DigitalGlobe, a company that acquires satellite imagery, has released about 300 square miles of imagery of the South China Sea, giving the public the opportunity to help search for Flight 370, which disappeared Saturday.
Spider's silk is incredibly durable and insanely strong, but it's difficult to harvest because, you know, spiders. A German company is using E. coli to mass produce it, and it's been selling the product to shampoo companies.
Coming to an Iranian Sea near you: a U.S. Navy warship equipped with laser cannons that can shoot down targets within a mile range.
The Airlander airship, which is 60 feet longer than a 747 and can carry up to 50 tons of cargo, can be used for humanitarian aid, spying on enemies, or throwing killer pool parties. Because it has a pool.
Everyone loves Brita water filters, but they might not really be any more useful than sapwood from trees.
Boeing's new smartphone, called Black, will self-delete its entire contents if tampered with, and won't even dramatically warn you before it does so.
By using Spritz, an app that displays one word at a time instead of continuous text, you can easily double (and maybe even triple) your reading speed.
In the middle of the Mojave desert sits a 5.5 square mile solar power plant, which opened yesterday. It can power 140,000 homes in California with clean energy while simultaneously flash-roasting birds.
It's been years in the making, but GE has finally unveiled a prototype of a refrigerator that uses magnets and water to cool its contents.